English dictionary of runic inscriptions in the younger futhark
database at the Nottingham University which presents
the vocabulary in younger runic inscriptions.
Arild Hauges runer
website containing information on all kinds of runes,
the Viking age and Norse mythology.
Michael Nilsson has a large
collection of photographs of runic stones, mainly
in the Uppland, Sweden.
Photographs and transcriptions of hundreds of Swedish
runic insriptions, mainly in Uppland.
Lena Peterson in Uppsala has compiled this
dictionary of all personal names and placenames
found in Nordic runic inscriptions.
Nytt om runer
journal of runic research, published by the runic archive at the Universitety
Jan Owe has compiled news in the runic field.
There are also many useful links.
Rena rama forntiden
for children at Utbildningsradion.
The Swedish archaeological authority.
Linguistic database of elder
runic inscriptions, compiled at the University of Kiel.
Staffan Blixt presents
pictures, transcriptions and facts about runestones.
Downloadable database containing Nordic runic text, published by the Uppsala University.
Erik Brate's book Svenska
runristare from 1926 digitized by Projekt
Dictionary of all
words (except proper names) in Swedish Viking age
runic inscriptions, compiled by Lena Peterson. PDF
Brate's book Sveriges runinskrifter fron 1922 digitized.
The Hnias runic font contains the 81 runic characters in Unicode, which makes
it suitable for web publishing of normalized runic
Hård & Lagman
Svante Lagman's runic fonts are the most used fonts in modern runologic literature.
Odd Einar Haugen's runic fonts Gullskoen and Gullhornet contains
many shape variants and are widely used in the scholarly
Hamp has made a font containing the runes used on the Kensington stone.
font containing two variants of Viking age secret writing.
McCreedy's Gallery of Unicode Fonts
Overview of free fonts
containing Unicode runes.
Evert Mouw in
the Netherlands has made a PHP script which translates
from latin letters into runes.
Alan Yates in Australia has made this JAVA script for typing
Törnqvist's keyboard files for Keyman Desktop.
Jan Egil Kristiansen on the Faroe Islands gives information
about runic encoding in the Unicode standard.
for Unicode support in Web browsers
Alan Wood's test page
for runic characters in Unicode.
J. Webb’s Ecology Blog
Links to runic
keyboards for Windows, Macintosh and Linux.